In the ‘learning to learn’ course we learned that the mind can be in the focused state and in the unfocused state.
Mine is in the unfocused state 91% of the time. Even when I write an article, even when I lead a workshop, even when I am on the phone, even when I read, even when I attend a webinar.
OK, let’s look at the focused mind. The focused mind is narrowed in on what it’s looking at. Narrowing in may make it sharper, but there is no bandwidth, and it is trying too hard. Continue reading “Why is the Validation Challenge nearly impossible for people?”